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A Catalog of FDA approved and tentatively approved prescription, over-the-counter, and discontinued drugs, and Drug approval letters, labels, and review packages. Searchable by drug name, active ingredient, application number, action dates of application approvals and supplements.
"Contains thousands of documents and resources about pharmaceutical industry clinical trials, publication of study results, pricing, marketing, relations with physicians and involvement in continuing medical education. Most of these previously secret internal documents were made public as a result of lawsuits against a number of pharmaceutical companies."
Resource guide with links to resources on understanding addiction, opioid overdose, medications to treat opioid addiction, opioid prescribing, and pregnancy/neonatal abstinence syndrome, as well as preformulated searches of the NLM PubMed, Drug Information Portal, MedlinePlus, DisasterLit, and more. From U. S. National Library of Medicine.
Essential medicines are intended to be available within the context of functioning health systems at all times in adequate amounts, in the appropriate dosage forms, with assured quality and adequate information, and at a price the individual and the community can afford. The site includes a large number of documents on all aspects of essential drugs and medicines: access, quality, medicinal plants, traditional medicines, policy, marketing and more. The Model List of Essential Medicines presents a list of minimum medicine needs for a basic health care system, listing the most efficacious, safe and cost-effective medicines for priority conditions.
NHEA measures annual U.S. expenditures for health care goods and services (including pharmaceuticals), public health activities, government administration, the net cost of health insurance, and investment related to health care.
A statistics portal that integrates data from reliable sources on thousands of topics
Categorized into market sectors, Statista provides access to quantitative facts on media, business, politics, and other areas. Sources of information include market research reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government sources. Data may be downloaded into spreadsheets and presentations. Also includes industry reports.
Provides statistical tables that reflect the acquisition, prescription, and dispensation aggregate data of the dispensation information reported to CA DOJ pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 11165(d).